For more than 20 years John Wyles has been a leading communications consultant in Brussels and a newspaper columnist. He originated and developed communications strategies and projects for a wide variety of clients and for five years was the European Commission’s external communications advisor on the launch of the euro.
He is also one of the founding partners of G+ Europe, one of Brussels’ leading public affairs consultancies. Since 2010, he has worked as a freelance consultant,
Wyles was a journalist for the Financial Times for almost twenty years as Brussels bureau chief, Foreign News Editor and Rome Correspondent before becoming Deputy Editor of L’Indipendente of Milan.
Wyles writes a fortnightly column in the European Voice, and recently held the position of Chief Strategy Coordinator and Acting Director of Studies at the European Policy Centre, to which he has been a Senior Advisor since 1997.
JHe is British, and alongside his native English speaks French and Italian. He lives in Brussels.